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Jersey Retirement

Brodeur's accomplishments draw praise from cartoonist

NHL's all-time winningest goalie to be honored in Tuesday ceremony

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The New Jersey Devils are set to retire the No. 30 of goaltender Martin Brodeur in a pregame ceremony Tuesday at Prudential Center before their game against the Edmonton Oilers.

To commemorate the event, award-winning sports cartoonist Ed Murawinski, a New Jersey resident himself, pays tribute to Brodeur with a special illustration for NHL.com.

Brodeur, who played 21 seasons in New Jersey and then retired after spending part of the 2014-15 season with the St. Louis Blues, has plenty of hardware in his trophy case, winning the Stanley Cup three times, the Vezina Trophy four times, and Olympic gold twice.

He won an NHL-record 691 games, has an NHL-record 125 shutouts and made nearly 30,000 saves in his career.

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